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Over $48,000 in Contingency Awarded to Stafford Competitors In 2017

(Stafford Springs, CT)—When the final checkered flag of the 2017 Stafford Motor Speedway season was unfurled at the NAPA Fall Final Weekend, it brought an end to a season that awarded Stafford drivers over $48,000 through the track’s Contingency Program Partners.

Stafford’s premier SK Modified® division led the way in payments to drivers with over $16,000 in contingency payouts. The July 7 NAPA SK 5k was the biggest race of the season with over over $6,500 in contingency thanks to special contributions from Dunleavy’s Truck & Trailer Repair and Wheelers Auto along with the regular weekly SK Modified® contingency sponsors. Providing weekly contingency bonuses were Dunleavy’s Truck and Trailer Repair, Maybury Material Handling, Casagrande Builders, and New England Racing Fuel, Sunoco Brand. Special contingency was provided by NAPA Auto Parts.

Stafford’s Late Model drivers took home over $5,800 from contingency payouts. Mr. Rooter Plumbing, 32 Signs, and New England Racing Fuel, Sunoco Brand were the contingency sponsors of Stafford’s top full fendered division with special contingencies provided by NAPA Auto Parts and Speedway Service.

The SK Light division took home over $13,500 in contingency awards during the 2017 season. Weekly contingency was provided by Dunleavy’s Truck and Trailer Repair, Maybury Material Handling, On-Time Accounting, Olson Apartments, and New England Racing Fuel, Sunoco Brand. Special contingencies for the season included contributions from Gaston Racing Enterprises, R.A.D. Automachine, and T/A Engines.

Stafford’s Limited Late Model division took home over $5,100 in contingency bonuses from Mr. Rooter Plumbing, 32 Signs, and New England Racing Fuel, Sunoco Brand. Special contingency was provided by R.A.D. Automachine.

The DARE Stock division scored over $4,300 in contingency provided by Wild Thing Karts, Jeff Ramsey Carpentry, and New England Racing Fuel, Sunoco Brand. Special contingency was provided by R.A.D. Automachine.

The Rookie of the Year program at Stafford contributed $2,500 with NAPA Auto Parts contributing $1,000 each to the SK Modified® and Late Model rookies of the year. R.A.D. Automachine provided $500 each to the SK Light, Ltd. Late Model, and DARE Stock rookie winners.

As a special contingency that was available to all 5 of Stafford’s weekly NASCAR Whelen All-American Series divisions, Call Before You Dig provided a total bonus of $4,055 that was paid out through the CBYD 811 Challenge that paid 5 drivers an $811 bonus through a unique points system based on drivers finishes in feature events. The five drivers who came closest to scoring 811 points without going over through the August 4th feature event each won $811.

For more information on how to become a partner of the Stafford Speedway Contingency Program, contact the Stafford Motor Speedway track office at 860-684-2783 or visit us on the web at www.staffordspeedway.com.

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